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Former New Yorker China correspondents Evan Osnos and Peter Hessler have written about their experiences publishing Chinese versions of their
Recounting the experience of publishing his books in China, Peter Hessler describes shifts in political acceptability over the years, and his
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The state of journalistic ethics in China has frequently been lamented in recent years, from state media denunciations of “news smog”
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